Mohamed Hadid is reportedly working to have charges against him thrown out.
As his ex-wife, Yolanda Foster, battles Lyme disease on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Hadid has begun working with city officials in hopes of making his Los Angeles property compliant with the city's laws.
“My client, Mohamed Hadid, is working with the city to get the property to conform with all laws. He will do whatever is asked of him,” attorney Donald Re told Radar Online on Wednesday.
According to Radar Online, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office charged Hadid with "illegal use of land, building without a permit and failure to obey orders from the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety," in connection with the mansion his is currently renovating in the Bel Air area.
Due to the project's massive size, a whopping 30,000 square feet, locals have reportedly been left outraged at the ongoing construction, and one neighbor, Joseph Horacek accused Hadid of destabilizing the hillside with his project.
Following the accusation, construction was halted, and Hadid was told to remove a non-approved theater and guest rooms below the pool.
A pretrial hearing was expected to take place this morning in regard to the charges against Hadid.
For more on the real estate charges against Mohamed Hadid, check out the video below by The Insider.